Welcome Offers For Hilton Honors American Express Cards — October 2020

Four co-branded credit cards were first announced by Hilton Honors and American Express on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, which are designed to give consumers and small businesses more choice, more benefits and more value while simultaneously further enhancing travel experiences and rewards.

Along with a recapitulation of the benefits of each card for your convenience in this rare…

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Three New Welcome Offers For Hilton Honors American Express Cards

In celebration of the newly renamed Hilton Honors American Express Surpass Card — which was formerly known as the Hilton Honors American Express Ascend Card — three new welcome offers are being introduced to further reward new card members across the Hilton Honors American Express Card portfolio…

…but they will only be available through…

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Hilton Honors American Express Card Changes Summer 2019

Two changes have been officially announced pertaining to two of the four Hilton Honors American Express cards for this summer: one of them is a name change; and the other can be perceived as a minor devaluation.

The name of the Hilton Honors American Express Ascend Card is changing effective as of…

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Save More on Fuel 2019 With Discover and American Express

If you hold an American Express card, you may have received a recent offer through which you can get a statement credit of five dollars by using your enrolled card for a single purchase of a minimum of $30.00 — which is paid at the pump with the swipe of the card and not paid at the cashier inside of the service station — at participating Phillips 66, 76 and Conoco locations in the United States by Thursday, August 1, 2019…

…and you are limited to $15.00 in total statement credits, which means that you can take advantage of this offer up to three times…

…but if you also hold a Discover credit card, you may want to…

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What If a Hotel Property Does Not Accept the Official Credit Card of Its Parent Lodging Company?

“I’m disappointed as I recently acquired the AMEX Aspire card and will be losing out ~50k HHonors points on my $3500 stay, the $250 resort fee credit and the bulk of the spend towards meeting the $4000 threshold for HHonors 100,000 bonus point trigger. The stay is a pre-paid rate but they haven’t charged my AMEX. Also, I already booked flights for the family etc, so cancelling is out.”

With an upcoming stay next month at the new…

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Zero is a Good Number — Especially With Certain Credit Card Fees

Plenty of credit cards exist which give you such benefits as tens of thousands of points or access to lounges at airports — but those benefits can be at a cost in the form of annual fees; balance transfer fees; and foreign transaction fees. What if the most important factors in a card for you include fewer fees?

If you are a traveler with a wanderlust you cannot ignore, you might be interested in this offer…

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